National Institute of Securities Markets (NISM) is a premier institute established by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), the regulator for securities markets in India. The Institute currently offers a two-year Post-Graduate Program in Securities Market PGDM (SM) and one-year full-time Post Graduate Certification in Securities Market (PGCSM).
NISM invites applications for faculty positions on contractual basis for Dean, Head of Department, Professor of Practice, Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Adjunct Faculty and Visiting Faculty for the following areas of proficiency: Legal: Law, Securities law and Regulations, Corporate Law, etc.
Plot No. IS 1 & IS 2, Patalganga Industrial Area Village Mohopada (Wasambe, Rasayani, Raigad, Maharashtra 410222
How to apply?
Candidates, who are in service of Govt./Quasi-Govt. organisations/Public Sector Undertakings and applying for the above Faculty positions shall produce a “No Objection Certificate’ from their employer, at the time of interaction and a proper discharge certificate before the appointment.
Candidates who are in service of Govt./ Quasi-Govt. organisations/Public Sector Undertakings and applying for the above Faculty positions on deputation basis shall route their applications through their employers. They shall also furnish vigilance clearance (major/minor penalties, if any, imposed during the last 10 years) and Annual Confidential Reports for the last 5 years along with the application.
Candidates are required to apply On-Line before 15th February 2020 through the website www.nism.ac.in. In case of any issues/difficulty in filling the application online, please feel free to connect with us at hrd[at]nism.ac.in.
Physical applications or applications that are incomplete, or received after the prescribed date, will not be considered.
Interested candidates may submit their applications online in the prescribed format along with the detailed CV and attachments. Click here.
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